Wright Hassall Annual Construction Conference

October 13, 2022 | UK

Wright hassall conference
We are delighted to invite you to our annual construction conference taking place on Thursday 13th October 2022. At the session we will be joined by Steve Davies, the CEO of the Association for Specialist Fire Protection as our key note speaker. The morning will start at 8.30am with networking and breakfast with the presentations starting promptly at 9.00am. There will be a number of presentations throughout the morning with an opportunity for Q&A at the end.

Spotlight

Unless you’re a fan of inhaling greenhouse gases, you aren’t going to be purchasing that house near the airport. After all, if cars are bad for toxic fumes, massive jet engines must be much worse. This is where civil engineering can help. With better airport designs, it’s possible to reduce idling times and significantly cut down on the levels of fumes emitted.


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Spotlight

Unless you’re a fan of inhaling greenhouse gases, you aren’t going to be purchasing that house near the airport. After all, if cars are bad for toxic fumes, massive jet engines must be much worse. This is where civil engineering can help. With better airport designs, it’s possible to reduce idling times and significantly cut down on the levels of fumes emitted.

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